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Canada's best divers set for 2011 Pan American Games

Just one week prior to the start of the diving events at the 2011 Pan American Games, in Guadalajara, Mexico, the Canadian diving team is focused on closing out the pre-Olympic year on a winning note.“Diving Plongeon Canada has selected its strongest team possible to compete in Guadalajara,” says DPC high performance director, Scott Cranham. “All the divers we are sending to the Pan American Games competed earlier this year at the FINA World Championships and are serious contenders to make our Olympic team for London.”

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24Oct2011

Huegill and co fly out to Stockholm

Dual Olympian and Commonwealth Games gold medallist Geoff Huegill will spearhead an eight-strong Australian team for the European legs of the lucrative FINA/ARENA World Cups this month with more than US$300,000 prize money on offer.The 32-year-old Huegill and world championship 100m freestyle relay gold medallists Eamon Sullivan and Matthew Abood will contest all three European legs of the FINA World Cup in Stockholm (15-16 October), Moscow (18-19 October) and Berlin (22-23 October) and left Sydney today bound for Sweden.

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05Oct2011

Canadian swimmers kick-start the Olympic season at FINA World Cups

Several of Canada’s big names in swimming will have an early start to the season with some fast racing as they head to Europe this month to compete on the FINA World Cup circuit. World Championships silver medallist in the 100 freestyle, Brent Hayden of Mission, BC and national teammates Mike Brown, Perth ON, Annamay Pierse, Edmonton AB, Erica Morningstar, Calgary Alta., and 17 year-old Chantal van Landeghem of Winnipeg, MB are amongst Canada’s Olympic hopefuls that will be racing in Stockholm (15-16), Moscow (18-19) and Berlin (22-23).

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05Oct2011

Sao Paulo wins Chico Piscina Trophy

The team from São Paulo state won again the traditional Chico Piscina Trophy, which comprises the Brazilian Interfederation Youth Championships and International Youth Championships. São Paulo won in both categories (international and national) for the 11th consecutive year. The national championships are contested by the state Federations of Brazil while the international championships are disputed by teams from other countries that are invited. This year Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Peru took part in the event. In all, 375 swimmers forming 22 teams attended the event. Four new records were set in the competition that took place at the Mocoquense club in the city of Mococa (BRA).

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04Oct2011

Rahael, Gillette win Maracas 5k Swim

National Swimmers and Marlins Athletes Samantha Rahael and Jonathan Gillette emerged the victors in 5000m swim at the ASATT Maracas Open Water Swim Classic at Maracas Bay on Sunday.Rahael who is based in the USA won on her debut in the Maracas 5k race and topped the female field to win in 1 hour 12 minutes and 32 seconds dethroning last year’s champion Theana Hay of Centre of Excellence Sea Hawks (1:16:04).

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27Sep2011

End of a busy summer in Japan

The 2011 summer of the Japan Swimming has just ended. This summer was busy as usual. After the FINA World Championships held in Shanghai, China at the end of July, the Japan Swimming Federation had more than 10 competitions in August and September including the senior high school and the junior high school championships, JOC Olympic Cup, the Inter Collegiate Championships ,the National Sports Festival and more. Also the Federation sent the team of Japan to the FINA World Junior Swimming Championships held in Peru and to the Universiade Games held in China.

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22Sep2011

Brazil's Luiz Lima and Kirsty Thomson king and queen of the Sea

Brazilian swimmers Luiz Lima and Kirsty Thomson won the open water event "King and Queen of the Sea", disputed in Copacabana Beach, in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday August 28, 2011. The event attracted 2.000 athletes with events up to 3km. Lima won the men's event in a time of 36m11s. Gustavo Heleno finished second with 39m42s and Paralympic swimmer Marcelo Collet took third with 39m46s. Among women, Thomson won the challenge in 48m13s. Susana Schnarndorf, another Paralympic swimmer, finished in second position in 49m57s while Debora Leobons took third, clocking 50m04s.

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31Aug2011

Brazil unveils medal hopes for Shanghai

Brazil's heroes and medal hopes in FINA's five disciplines are gearing up for the FINA World Championships in Shanghai (CHN) this month. The Confederação Brasileira de Desportos Aquáticos (CBDA) will send a 66-strong team and 19 coaches to compete among the best in each aquatic discipline in Shanghai, China. Here's the official list below:

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01Jul2011

Japan's talents ready for Aquatic Festival

Japan's pool and open water swimmers, divers, synchro swimmers and water polo players are fine-tuning their preparation for the FINA World Championships in Shanghai (CHN) next month. Ryosuke Irie and his members of the Japan National Team returned home on June 27 after a training camp in Europe, which included legs of the Mare Nostrum in France and Spain. Irie's marks during the Mare Nostrum included 53.72 in 100m backstroke and 1:54.34 in 200m backstroke. Meanwhile, another Japan's swimming great, Kosuke Kitajima, clocked 1:01.02 in the 100m breaststroke and 2:11.02 in the 200m breaststroke at the Mission Viejo International Invitational Meet, held from June 25-26 in California (USA).

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30Jun2011

Swimming Coach wanted for Iran's national team

The I.R. Iran Amateur Swimming Federation is looking for a high-level Swimming Coach for their national team. The I.R. Iran Amateur Swimming Federation is currently working with 14 foreign coaches. Interested coaches can send their application and/or questions to the I.R. Iran Amateur Swimming Federation directly.

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30Jun2011

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